Fruit and Vegetable Fever

This week I was invited to partake of the fruits and vegetables that the 3rd graders brought in for their presentations in English class. Mrs. Brooks pairs a non-fiction researched presentation on a fruit or vegetable with a fiction piece based...

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Is Print Dead?

By now, you should have received our bi-annual print publication, InsideISTP. Hopefully you’ve had a chance to read through the great articles and news stories. I must admit that one of my favorite pieces is the article on our alumni students,...

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Waste-Free Lunch and Learning

On Tuesday and Wednesday, middle school student Axel Clavier led the elementary school in an activity designed to raise awareness in a very visual way. Axel is part of the task force “Inconvenient Youth”, which is part of Al Gore’s climate change...

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To Zuca or Not to Zuca

I had the chance to travel back to France during Spring Break, for some much-needed down time. While lugging around my laptop, purse, and various travel items, I thought about the Zuca backpacks and how perfect they would be for travel....

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Exchange Excitement

Throughout the break, I have read daily emails from the two elementary exchange trips that are happening. Each report is a little voyage away from my desk as I am transported to Hangzhou, China or Fumel, France. I am amazed at the opportunities...

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